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Bombinhas Bombas

Bombinhas and Bombas are the two most frequented beaches on the peninsula and they are located right next to each ...

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Bombinhas Mariscal

Mariscal is a wide beach that stretches 4 km and offers excellent conditions for surfing or just walking along the ...

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Bombinhas Quatro Ilhas

Quatro Ilhas is a small beach from where you can see four islands (quatro ilhas menas four islands) that are ...

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Bombinhas Zimbros/Canto Grande

Zimbros is the calmest and less touristy of the beaches in Bombinhas. The small beach village is mainly made up ...

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Bombinhas 360º View

At the far end to the Canto Grande beach a small road leads up to the "Monkey hill", where at ...

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Bombinhas Tainha Beach

The name of the beach Tainha comes from the fish with the same name that is caught here during the ...

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Bombinhas Villa Paradiso

A 5 star hotel with priviliged localization with panoramic view over the Bombinhas beach. The hotel has both rooms and ...

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Bombinhas Mariscal Aguas do Mariscal

A 3 star hotel in front of the beach in Mariscal. Services include breakfast, minibar, internet access and TV.

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Bombinhas Quatro Ilhas Pedra da Gaivota

Hotel/hostel on Quatro Ilhas beach. Pousada Pedra da Gaivota has 7 rooms/apartments for 2-4 people. Services include breakfast, beach chair ...

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Smaller than Bombas, but doesn't mean it's a small 'bomb'... Be careful at the airport if they ask you about the final destination not to confuse the two. Not an unusual mistake Brazilians make when they confuse the word 'pump' with 'bomb' which in Portuguese is the same word.


Bombinhas is a summer beach bomb. Even though the bang hasn't been very loud so far, at least not outside South America.